RHOBH’s Camille Grammer’s Kids Not Allowed To Say Her Name When Visiting With Dad Kelsey

If Camille Grammer wasn't absent from the opening credits of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, I'd never believe she's been demoted to "friend" of the housewives.  She's more present now than she's been in past seasons.  I'm not complaining…I think Camille is hilarious.

Her divorce from Kelsey Grammer has long been finalized, but their issues with each other are still as rampant as ever.  The more I hear about Kelsey and his irresponsible and arrogant ways, the happier I am I never watched Frazier.  To borrow a term from Andy Cohen, he seems to be quite the jackhole.  Now Kelsey has taken their parenting war to an entirely different level by not allowing his children to mention Camille when they are with him.  Explain to me how that isn't hard on those poor kids!?!


Too Fab is reporting on Camille's interview with Anderson Live which aired yesterday.  Unfortunately, Camille is stuck between a rock and hard place when it comes to Kelsey.  She shared with Anderson Cooper, "It's very difficult to co-parent with someone who won't speak to you, text your or e-mail you. The kids at this point, which is kind of sad I found this out, that they are not allowed to same my name in the house.

Continuing Camille claims, "These poor kids, my daughter and my son, can't say my name in their father's home. I think they can say 'Mom' or 'The other household,' but they can't say my name. They can't say 'Camille.' "  While I find Kelsey's rules absolutely ridiculous, I doubt that their young children often refer to their mom by her first name. 

Admitting that she has spoken with her attorneys, Camille adds, "I said, 'What's my recourse in this? What do I do as a parent?' It must be stressful for them to not be able to say their mother's name. But there is no recourse because we already settled our custody."

Goodness Kelsey, do something right for a change and work with your ex-wife to make things much easier on your children.  It's about them, not about you.  Shocking to learn, I know.